PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

We give you the tools you need to succeed in your career! Get the inside track on nursing position openings and enhance your skills through discounted continuing education modules and free monthly webinars.

PROTECTING YOUR INTERESTS

For all 88,000 registered nurses in Wisconsin, there is one registered lobbyist representing RNs, and that’s WNA.

 

STAYING CONNECTED

WNA's social network will keep you plugged into the latest in nursing. Get answers to your questions on nursing in Wisconsin, as well as advice from those who understand.

Our Mission

The Wisconsin Nurses Association (WNA) is the premier organization representing the interests of Wisconsin’s 90,000 registered nurses. WNA advances the nursing profession by fostering high standards of nursing practice, promoting a safe and ethical work environment, bolstering the health and wellness of nurses, and advocating on health care issues that affect nurses and the public. WNA is at the forefront of improving the quality of health care for all.

Membership is only $15 per month!

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  • Nurses Month Proclamations

    It is OFFICIALLY Nurses Month The Governor of Wisconsin, along with mayors of some of the largest cities in Wisconsin have proclaimed May “Nurses Month”.  To view the proclamations, please click on each of the links below. State of Wisconsin proclamation City of Madison proclamation City of Kenosha proclamation City of Appleton proclamation City of […]

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  • 2021 Nurses Month Discounts for Nurses

    Nurses Month is time to honor nurses.  So many companies have heeded this call and are saying thank you by offering discounts to nurses (and other medical professionals).  This list is accurate as of May 5th, 2021. Here is a small list of discounts that nurses can receive. Adidas: 30% off for all medical professionals, including nurses. […]

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  • Self-Care Checklist

    Self-Care Is Mandated by the ANA Code of Ethics The fifth provision of the American Nurses Association’s Code of Ethics states that the moral respect that nurses extend to all human beings “extends to oneself as well: the same duties that we owe to others we owe to ourselves.” Reflect and assess the following areas […]

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  • Immediately Address the Critical Shortage of Nurse Faculty

    Administrators of Nursing Education of Wisconsin (ANES), representing all of the nursing programs in Wisconsin, and the Wisconsin Nurses Association (WNA), representing all of Wisconsin’s registered nurses, are asking for $10 million in state funding to support a two-pronged solution to address the present and future nurse faculty shortage in Wisconsin. The COVID-19 pandemic has […]

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Join WNA and ANA for just $15/month!

Joining the Wisconsin Nurses Association (WNA) and American Nurses Association (ANA) is the best thing you can do for your career - and adds value to nursing as a whole. By uniting with the best nurses in the U.S., you'll access development opportunties that you won't find anywhere else and show pride in your profession

 

We represent the interest of all nurses in the state of Wisconsin. We are proud of the work we have done advocating for Wisconsin Nurses since 1909.

90,000+

WI Nurses

272,250

Nurses completed WNA Continuing Education

1,016

Member Volunteers

245

Positions on Bills and Rules

Joint membership in WNA and ANA is now only $15/month or $174/year. Joining WNA and ANA is a smart choice to achieve quality patient care, advance your career, and elevate our profession.